GIFT IDEA – WEDGITS
WEDGiTS by ImagAbility (www.wedgits.com) Called the Legos of the specialty market. Toys R Us Times Square and FAO Schwarz are setting up constant demonstration areas for Nov – Jan. As challenging as your mind can make them. New Mini WEDGiTS are recommended in Redbook, Funfare magazine, Toy Insider Magazine. Unique pyramid style of WEDGiTS can make stacks, buildings, cars, etc. Traditional size WEDGiTS for 3 and up, Mini WEDGiTS are 5 and up, more advanced sets are 7+ (range from $20-$35)
When I was little, I loved playing with blocks and shapes. I loved making my own designs, always symmetrical. They didn’t have shapes back then like they do now. I wonder what I would have done with a set of angles, straight pieces, some rhombuses, and a couple of octahedrons. Back then all I could do was stack. Times have changed though. Today’s Wedgits nest, stack, link and even wedge.
I received a Wedgits Building Blocks Imagination Set for review. Of course, I tested this toy. First I copied one of the illustrations on the front of the package. It reminded me of a person. Next I tried one from the enclosed Wedgits booklet. I picked the one that looks like a frog. Last I tried to design one on my own. I experimented and experimented until I had to leave the house on an errand. Wish I had more pieces to do what I really want.
Wedgits Building Blocks Imagination Set of fifteen colorful red, white, blue, and yellow pieces is intended for children over three. It can be obtained from the manufacturer and lists for $22.99. Geared to encouraging little minds to think out of the box, these educational building blocks are well worth the cost.
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